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defer2 to submit or yield to the desire, opinion, or judgment of another.
Dies Irae (Latin) a medieval hymn, and its opening words, describing the Judgment Day.
discerning exercising good judgment and discrimination; perceptive.
discretion the freedom or authority to use one's own judgment. [1/2 definitions]
discretionary left to one's own judgment or decision. [1/2 definitions]
discriminating showing good taste or judgment. [1/2 definitions]
doom a judgment or decision made by a court, esp. one accompanied by a severe penalty or punishment. [3/5 definitions]
doomsday the day on which the Last Judgment is supposed to occur, at the end of the world. [2 definitions]
error a mistake in judgment or action. [2/5 definitions]
esteem high opinion; favorable judgment; respect. [1/3 definitions]
estimate a judgment or appraisal. [1/6 definitions]
estimation an opinion or judgment of the worth or value of someone or something. [1/3 definitions]
eye (usu. pl.) judgment or understanding. [1/9 definitions]
folly lack of common sense or of good judgment. [1/4 definitions]
fool one who lacks good sense, judgment or comprehension, or who fails to display these qualities on a specific occasion. [1/11 definitions]
foolish lacking in good sense or judgment, or appearing to lack them; silly. [1/3 definitions]
gauge a procedure or criterion for making a judgment. [1/7 definitions]
half-baked (informal) lacking in judgment; foolish. [1/3 definitions]
halo effect the tendency of extraneous material or ideas to affect a judgment, attitude, or the like, esp. in a favorable direction. [1/2 definitions]
have to used to make a confident judgment about something based only on logic rather than knowledge of the facts; must (used in affirmative statements only). [1/2 definitions]
impolitic not showing good sense or judgment; unwise or injudicious.